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Citations, Quotes & Annotations

Finn, C. (2001) Effects of High-intensity Intermittent Training on Endurance


Performance , SPORTSCIENCE, .

"High-intensity intermittent training is a form of interval training


consisting of short bouts of all-out activity separated by rest periods
of between 20 s and 5 min. It is a low-volume strategy for producing
gains in aerobic power and endurance normally associated with
longer training bouts. Endurance athletes should gradually phase in
bouts of high-intensity intermittent training in the build-up to
competitions" (Finn, 2001)
Gibala, M.J. (2006) Short-term sprint interval versus traditional endurance
training: similar initial adaptations in human skeletal muscle and exercise
performance , The Journal of physiology , .

"A little pain for a lot of gain" (Gibala, 2006)


HELGERUD, J., H??YDAL, K., WANG, E., KARLSEN, T., BERG, P., BJERKAAS, M.,
SIMONSEN, T., HELGESEN, C., HJORTH, N., BACH, R. and HOFF, J. (2007)
Aerobic high-intensity intervals improve V??O2max more than moderate
training, Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 39(4), pp. 665671. doi:
10.1249/mss.0b013e3180304570.

"VO2max is probably the single most important factor determining


success in an aerobic endurance sport" (HELGERUD et al., 2007)
TABATA, I., NISHIMURA, K., KOUZAKI, M., HIRAI, Y., OGITA, F., MIYACHI, M. and
YAMAMOTO, K. (1996) Effects of moderate-intensity endurance and highintensity intermittent training on anaerobic capacity and ??VO2max,
Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise, 28(10), pp. 13271330. doi:
10.1097/00005768-199610000-00018.

"A team from Japan's National Institute of Fitness and Sport found
that a high-intensity intermittent training program achieved bigger
gains in V02max than a program of steady cycling." (TABATA et al.,
1996, pp. 13271330)
Tschakert, G. and Hofmann, P. (2013) High-intensity intermittent exercise:
Methodological and physiological aspects, International Journal of Sports
Physiology and Performance, 8(6), pp. 600610. doi: 10.1123/ijspp.8.6.600.

"The rationale behind interval training programs is that the total


accumulated time of vigorous exercise is higher than could be
achieved during a single bout of continuous exercise at the same
intensity until exhaustion. Therefore high intensity interval training
is supposed to yield greater training effects on endurance
performance." (Tschakert and Hofmann, 2013)
"High Intensity intermittent exercise (HIIE) has been applied in
competitive sport for more than 100 years." (Tschakert and
Hofmann, 2013)
zuhl, M. and Kravitz, L. (2012) HIIT vs. Continuous Endurance Training: Battle
of the Aerobic Titans, IDEA Fitness Journal, .

"Recent research shows that the cardiovascular adaptations that


occur with HIIT are similar, and in some cases superior, to those
that occur with continuous endurance training(Helgerud et
al.2007;Wilsoff,Ellingsen &Kemi 2009)" (zuhl and Kravitz, 2012)